Psychological Spaces (for an outsider)
I became part of a Group that is supposed to collectively research about space. We named ourselves Psychological Spaces.
I'm wasn't really sure this would be the aspect that interests me the most when it comes to space. I thought I was dealing with territory, borders and the political forces that shape them and wasn't very much aware of my position in all this.
While all of us were sharing our points of view, pratices and personal research, I realized my interest in this was indeed very personal and I came to see the psychological side of it. I am (and feel like) an outsider. That fact alone implicates in a very specific way of experiencing space. I wonder if I belong here... or if anyone belong anywhere. What makes a space a place, what makes a house a home?